1. Forever Spring Trailer

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    It all started three years ago with a common goal, a Montana spot and stalk bear hunt. Its been a long three years filled with ups and downs, and we're just getting started!

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    • Ziis Apparel 3D archery promo

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      We snuck into the Total Archery Challenge Warehouse, and "borrowed" 14 3D targets... Naturally, that means we are doing a friends and supporters of ZIIS Apparel 3D archery course and BBQ. COME OUT AND HAVE A GREAT TIME!

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      • Ziis Apparel Win A Dream Hunt 1 Winner Announcement

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        Ziis Apparel's Win a Dream Hunt 1 giveaway - Spring Bear Hunt The winner has been chosen, and we suprised him. Watch as Aj Peterson finds out he's won the hunt of a lifetime! This lucky kid will be going up to hunt 2 black bears in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho with J&V Big Game Outfitters, and we're going to film the entire thing. Stay tuned for more videos of Aj and the Bear Hunt. Be sure to get entered for our current giveaway at www.ziis.com

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        • ALL NATURAL - Spring Black Bear Hunt

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          It's spring and the bears are out. We take you through a day of bear hunting including a cool mountain lion encounter and end it all with a bear on the ground. For more info on the rifle used go to: www.snowymountainrifles.com

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          • Meet Black Pine Animals -Bears and Monkeys -S1E5

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            Ep. 5: Taz the North American Black Bear, Hanna the Rhesus Macaque, Mae the Baboon, and Tarzan the Chimpanzee Taz's coat color is cinnamon, proving that not all black bears are actually black. Hannah was originally purchased by an adult couple looking to fill their empty nest, but was found to be too aggressive to be safely kept as a "pet". Mae once performed with a troop of baboons in a circus, however she never quite fit in and was very unhappy until her trainer retired her to Black Pine. Tarzan's teeth were removed by his original owner in an attempt to reduce the risks of handling an ape with the strength of six men.   The "Meet Black Pine Animals Show," sponsored and produced by Scher Maihem Studios, takes you behind the scenes to see over 100 animals at Black Pine Animal Sanctuary. Explore the beautiful creatures that fill Black Pine with big hearts and big personality. Director Lori Gagen and the dedicated employees will take you around the sanctuary to tell you all about the exotic critters and their inspiring stories. Many of these animals are survivors of the exotic animal trade and are now able to live in peace at the caring facility Black Pine has to offer. Open your hearts to the majestic animals that make Black Pine such a wonderful place to see. Scher Maihem Studios is an Indiana based video production company that produces videos for businesses and the community. Visit our website or contact us at: http://www.schermaihemstudios.com

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            • 3-11 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 11, 2014

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              ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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              • 3-11 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 1 of 2 - March 11, 2014

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                ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                • 3-10 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 10, 2014

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                  ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                  • 3-10 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 1 of 2 - March 10, 2014

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                    ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                    • 3-09 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 09, 2014

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                      ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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